Both are Kaisen Don(rice bowl with sashimi), Y950.
Saba Bunkaboshi(dried mackerel), Y800.
Pork and ginger, Y800.
Pork cutlet in broth, Y850.
Negitoro(chopped toro and leek) Don, Y800.
Salmon and ikura’s oyakodon, Y850. I thought the salmon was sashimi but it was actually dried fish.
Stir-fried pork and kimichi with an egg, Y850.
Bakudan(Negitoro, grated yam, okra, natto, takuan), Y800.
Grilled Salmon with butter, Y800.
Fish set meal(Maguro sashimi, fried oyster, omelette with mentaiko and leek, chicken teriyaki), Y900.
Pork cutlet with sauce, Y850.
Buri and Daikon, Y800.
Fried Chicken, Y800.
Usually Kaisen don in cheap places are never nice but the sashimi actually taste fresh in this place. All the other raw fish options are also good, but the cooked menu are hit and miss. The staff are very friendly.
Menu: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Add: 1-2, Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku